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dahlgren has the latest for us from tokyo. >> reporter: days after the quake now and japan is a nation still grappling with the sheer size and scope of the destruction. amateur video shows the massive wall of water, as it erased virtually everything in its path. doors here now show the unmistakable stains of the water's reach. but the marks left behind on survivors are just as telling. >> translator: i grabbed something tightly, holding my daughter's hand, but i lost my grip when i was swept away in the debris and the water. >> reporter: along the coast, fires still rage out of control. in this area alone, as many as 10,000 are unaccounted for. >> translator: i still have people who i haven't been able to contact and there have been reports of a nuclear leak. i'm really concerned about their safety. >> reporter: and safety fears for those who survived are now also focused on the area's nuclear reactors, after another suspected partial meltdown. engineers pumped sea water into the reactors as those who lived nearby were tested for radiation, waiting to see if it was time for more to fle
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